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Kentucky Vegetable Integrated Pest Management

Insect Pests of Tomatoes

Common Insect Pests of Tomatoes in Kentucky

Potato aphidsPotato aphids Silverleaf whiteflySilverleaf whitefly leafminerLeafminer Tobacco flea beetleTobacco flea beetle Potato flea beetlePotato flea beetle
Blister beetleMargined Blister Beetle Brown marmorated stink bugBrown marmorated stink bug Brown stink bugBrown stink bug Immature green stink bugImmature green stink bug Mature green stink bugMature green stink bug
Leaf-footed bugLeaf-footed bug Western flower thripWestern flower thrip Twospotted spider miteTwo spotted spider mite Yellow striped armywormYellow striped armyworm Colorado potato beetle eggsColorado poraro beetle eggs
Colorado potato beetles larvaeLarvae of Colorade Potato Beetles Colorado potato beetlesAdult Colorado potato beetles Tobacco hornwormTobacco hormworm Beet armywormBeet armyworm Tomato fruitwormTomato fruitworm


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